- Certificate of Compliance
Owners and operators of regulated petroleum underground storage tanks must qualify their tanks to receive a Certificate of Compliance.
- Close an UST
How to close underground storage tanks in Utah.
- Forms for Underground Storage Tanks
Various forms important for underground storage tank owners and operators.
- How to Prepare for UST Compliance Inspections
What you need to do to have a successful UST compliance inspection in Utah
- Inspecting and Maintaining Sumps and Spill Buckets
An important EPA document for owners and operators of UST systems.
- Install an UST
How to install an underground storage tank in Utah.
- Lapse List
(Updated Daily) A list of facilities that do not have an active Certificate of Compliance due to lapsing, revocation, or installation in process. The listed USTs at these facilities are ineligible to receive deliveries of fuel.
- Online Form for Reporting Spills
Utah DERR/LUST Release and Initial RBCA Site Assessment Report.
- Petroleum Storage Tank (PST) Trust Fund: Utah
Ensures that USTs containing petroleum products are managed in accordance with federal and State laws and regulations.
- PST Loan Program
Funds are available for loans to eligible owners and operators for upgrading, replacing, or closing USTs.
- Utah UST Rules (377 KB)
(January 3, 2017) Utah underground storage tank rules: R311.
- Secondary Containment Requirements
Utah Underground Storage Tank Rules: R311.
- Tank Fees: Summary | Payment
Outline of fees charged to UST owners/operators for registration, financial assurance, and other requirements.
- UST and LUST Lists
Lists of Underground Storage Tank and Leaking Underground Storage
Tank sites in Utah.
- UST Issues Email Alerts
Sign Up to be personally notified when important issues arise concerning Underground Storage Tank owners, operators, and contractors.
- Utah Tank News
The newsletter for Utah UST owners and operators.
- Utah Underground Storage Tank Act
Comments and Questions
- UST Contacts
Who to contact with Underground Storage Tank questions, by county.
All questions and comments about this page may be directed to David Wilson.